The Packard El Paso was built in 1951.
It is one of three Packard custom cars built by Carl Schneider and Peter Portugal of Eureka, California. The three vehicles were inspired by design study drawings that were done in the early 1950's by Packard. These drawings were never put into production or made into official dream cars.
The El Paso is a four-door woody station wagon with a hand-stitched cowhide interior, roof rack, and seats six with all their luggage. The exterior of the car was finished off in Seafoam Green.